November 6, 2012
Election Day is here. Sam Storms offers some Biblical sanity on this day of decision. The last point he makes is my favorite:
The confession that “Jesus is Lord” is not simply a declaration of faith and an acknowledgement that He is the Master of our lives individually and as a church. It is also a political statement.
Mark Altrogge discusses the art of being a connector. I appreciate what he encourages in this piece. We need way more of this at Bowman. Here is a taste:
We should find everyone interesting and be enthused about people, and see everyone as unique and created in God’s image. We should “see possibility,” and while most of the world is “busily choosing whom (they) would like to know, and rejecting the people who don’t look right or live out near the airport,” we should “like them all.”
Ray Ortlund helpfully discusses where to draw the line about what is, and is not, essential Biblically. He teases out what things should we be certain about and what things we can be open about.
I love these Uncle Drew pieces: